Tuesday Lines

DH360 Line Dance Recap 8/15/17

Tonight’s lessons brought in a few recent favorites that featured a rumba box and 1-2-cha-cha-cha steps. We worked on shuffles and 3/4 turns as well as felt how different music can make a dance feel different. What we discovered was how in one case, it was liked just as is where other found it better to alternative music. This flexibility opens up the potential to be able to dance to more music and possibly like a dance that other music did not appeal to the dancer as much.

Sheryl’s 6pm teach:
All About That Bass

Aric’s 7pm teach:
Blue Night Cha

Here are a few alternative song suggestions for Blue Night Cha:
Blake Shelton – Honey Bee
Luke Bryan – Roller Coaster
Anahi (ft Wisen) – Rumba

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DH360 Partner Pattern Dance Recap 8/10/17

We had some new faces on the floor tonight and a lot of return dancers. It made for quite an evening of welcoming new friends, reviews and some new teaches all around. Here’s the list of just about everything we worked on:

Slow Me Down (new teach)
After the Dawn
Firefly Polka
Dirty Boots
Merengue
16 Step

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DH360 Line Dance Recap 8/9/17

Here are the featured line dances from Wednesday, 8/9/17.
Can’t Walk Away
I Got A Woman
Missing
Counting Stars
Lonely Drum
It Ain’t My Fault

There were some really notable ones too:
Believer
Backwood Bump
Clap Snap
Tell Your Heart To Beat Again
Work, Work

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DH360 Line Dance Recap 8/8/17

Here is a list of featured and reviewed dances from Dance Hall 360 on Tuesday, 8/8/17:

Featured:
Bounce Bounce
Cruisin’
Canadian Stomp (Early bonus lesson)

Reviews:
I Like It
Whiskey Girl
Do the Mess Around

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DH360 Line Dance Recap 8/1/17

Sheryl made it back to the floor for some teaching! Tonight she covered 2 new dances for both Intro and Beginner students. The Intro class got some new moves with a hitch and the Beginner class got a seriously good taste of syncopation with Whiskey Girl which got a lot of good response. One dancer commenting, “This is going to be a lot of fun once we get it down.”

Here’s a list of featured dances:
I Like It
Whiskey Girl

and some reviews:
American Kids
Do the Mess Around

Cat Beach

DH360 Line Dance Recap 7/26/17

Work, Work by Rob Fowler and Darren Bailey brings a retro swing sound to our dance floor. With steps that make complete sense regardless of where you are in the song, the dancer will find out that the challenge lies within not doing anything for several counts throughout as there are drags and holds all over.

Step Sheet

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DH360 Line Dance Recap 7/25/17

Week 2 of Aric covering for Sheryl at Dance Hall 360’s Intro-Beginner Line Dancing. Sheryl is expected to be in full capacity for dancing next week! This time around we brought what should be considered a classic at some point: American Kids. The dance has been in the top 100 for several years and is a world standard in modern line dancing.

Here are the featured dances and reviews for the evening:
American Kids
Do the Mess Around
Gin & Tonic
Nice and Easy

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DH360 Partner Pattern Recap 7/13/17

Tonight’s top featured dance was “Triple Cross” by Dan Albro.

Other Reviews:
North Carolina Stroll
La Estrella
Southside Girl
After the Dawn

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DH360 Line Dance Recap 7/12/17

The featured line dance at Dance Hall 360 for Wednesday 7/12/17 is “Can’t Walk Away“. With an easy to remember restart and tag, this dance features some well ordered everyday steps with camel walks and a full unwind. Not too hard with essentially only 3 direction changes per wall. The song is Thomas Rhett’s “Craving You”, a good blend of country and contemporary pop that can mix well on many dance floors, not to mention a nice west coast swing.

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DH360 Line Dance Recap 7/5/17

96 Counts, 1 Wall, 1 Restart, more fun than we can put a number on. The featured dance of the night: Clap Snap

Here are some reviews and notable dances from the night:
Believer
Movin’ and a Groovin’
I Got A Woman
Love Runs Out
Softly Gently Slowly
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